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Captain DevOps

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Installing Foreman an Opensource Frontend for puppet
The recent vulnerability in bash, got me running to update bash. It’s easy when you have maybe one or two Linux servers, but what do you do if you have 100’s or even thousands or servers? You need to use a server configuration and management tool like puppet. However, instead of using the command line, [...]
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Alexandre Cuva

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XPDay Vietnam 2016 is open for speaker registration and sponsor

XP Day is an international conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile process. Every time it takes place, this event firmly prove itself as a place-to-be for tech lovers to get inspired and generate the next awesome softwares.

This year event is all about “Software Craftsmanship”, putting a closer look on extreme and pragmatic experience of how to create well-crafted codes, adding-value integration, sustainable deliveries, community of professionals and productive partnerships... In a sense, we build and redefine the new standards of professionalism and excellence of the future generation of developers.

XP Day Vietnam 2016 promises to be a spot-on event with full of exciting activities including keynote speeches, workshops, contests, games, business matching, networking...

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Edwin Razz

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Job Title - DevOps Architect
Location –Nationwide (USA)
Duration –Fulltime/Contract
Travel up to 50-70%

Mail your resume to edwin.lass@two95intl.com
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WANTED: DevOps Engineer/Linux Systems Administrator - £35k-£45k (doe) + benefits - Surrey

We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced DevOps Engineer/Linux Systems Administrator who has skills in Puppet/Linux/Red Hat.

Do you have a proven commercial Linux systems/Devops experience?

Do you want to join a top web development agency in Surrey & become an active member of a large PHP development team to take responsibility for managing their platform across multiple data centres (Puppet configuration management), developing & maintaining automated build processes, & internal services?

If the answer is YES, get in touch with Kevin TODAY on 01604 201030 or kevin@s-sa.co.uk
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Leo G

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List DevOps related Tools, Guides and Softwares
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WPG Americas

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Educating programmers: 3 things universities need to learn from game-dev schools

Software development is unique in that developers are both the architects and the construction crew for their projects. There are very few industries… - WPG Americas - Google+
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Release Engineer for software delivery and Meister for build automation now on Github - download for free at https://github.com/OpenMake-Software/ReleaseEngineer
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Gareth Daine

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Thought you guys might be interested in this... http://bit.ly/1XARe9y
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Paul B.Dove

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I have been watching this community develop and started thinking about the value of annual Auditing. I think that DevOps needs a new set  of audit conditions as it is a relatively burgeoning craft. A cyber attacks can happen in a minute does an annual audit make sense?
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About this community

Vision: Define the authoritative guidance of how management and auditors should conduct audits where DevOps practices are in place, in support of accurate financial reporting, regulatory (e.g., SEC SOX-404, HIPAA, FedRamp, EU Model Clauses and the proposed SEC Reg-SCI regulations) or contractual obligations (e.g., PCI DSS, DOD DISA), or effective and efficient operations. By doing this, the Defensive Audit Toolkit will elevate the state of the management practice, defining how to understand risks to business objectives, correctly scope and the substantiate of effectiveness of controls, which reduces the costs of audits and increases effectiveness of audits. (This community can be access by http://bit.ly/DevOpsAudit)
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Gareth Daine

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Can #ITIL & #DevOps Co-Exist?

25 influential experts in the fields of #ITSM, #DevOps, #ITIL and #Agile share their insights!
Is ITIL® Agile enough? 25 influential experts share their insights on ITIL® vs. DevOps!
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Enrico Meloni

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Submit your talk NOW for your chance to be part of the second edition of ContainerSched - coming back to London in June 2016! Deadline is on March 27th 2016.
 
Want to meet the international Container & Scheduler community and learn and share skills with some of the world's top experts? Eager to discover the latest best practices and ideas? Then come and join us at ContainerSched 2016!

ContainerSched 2016 will focus on the current interest around both containers and schedulers, and aims to explore the core technologies and associated areas of interest such as networking, storage and security.

Following the suggestions we've received through the Call for Thoughts and your feedback, the submissions need to cover the below topics (other topics welcome too!);

- Networking
- Security
- Scaling
- In Production / Case studies
- Schedulers
- Other platforms (microsoft, joyent, rkt, etc)
- Databases
- Standardisation
- Orchestration

Your submissions need to be one of the following;
- 45 minutes talk
- 1 hour keynote
- 10 minutes lightning talk

Selection will be conducted by Skills Matter & the Programme Committee on the basis of making this a varied and valuable event. All speakers will receive a ticket to the conference plus one other to give away to a guest.

Deadline for Submission - Sunday 27th March 2016

Want to find out more? Visit https://skillsmatter.com/conferences/7429-containersched-2016-the-container-and-scheduler-conference#overview
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Emma Cox

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#Advanced #Composites #Market by Type (Carbon, S-Glass, Aramid), by Manufacturing Process, by Resin Type (Thermoplastics and Thermosetting), by Application (#Aerospace & #Defense, #Automotive, #Wind, #Sporting #Goods, Pipe & Tanks, Construction, Marine), and by Region Global Forecast to 2020

Download Free Sample Pages @ http://bit.ly/1McStb7
The #advanced #composites end #market in terms of value is expected to reach around USD 24.9 Billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 7.2% between 2015 and 2020.
#Aerospace & #defense, #wind and #automotive are the major industries where the use of #advanced #composite continues to increase as technology for its commercialization developing at good rate. Weight savings, fuel economy and other performance benefits will fuel the growth of advanced composite consumption in automotive sector. While need for alternative sources of energy is increasing the demand from wind application market.
Currently, North America is the largest consumer of advanced composites. Among all the countries in this region, the U.S. and Canada are important consumers of advanced composites. The market size, in terms of volume, is comparatively low in the RoW, but the market is estimated to grow between 2015 and 2020 as the demand from Brazil, South Africa, and the Middle East countries continue to grow
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Roane Holman

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DevOps Toolchain eBook

eBook on the DevOps tool chain that explains what types of tools are out there, why you would need them, and what your options are.

free download below...


We've created an eBook on the DevOps toolchain that explains what types of tools are out there, why you would need them, and what your options are.
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Adarsh Mehrotra

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Check out how OpenMake Meister and Release Engineer creates a 'full strength" build to deploy DevOps process supporting multiple platforms including even - yes z/OS!  No one-off scripts were used in the creation of this demo which means that a full audit can be completed on the process.  Scripts are barriers to auditing.  It includes IBM RTC, CA Endevor and CA Harvest deploying to IBM WebSphere.  And yes you can download a free version from GitHub.  Search on OpenMake-Software/ReleaseEngineer or Meister. 
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I get it.  I see a lot of push back from folks who love their scripts.  Products like Meister, Ansible, Puppet and Chef are minimizing this type of scripting, and creating a platform where the scripts become highly reusable and not one-off.  Build Services, Activities, Playbooks are becoming the new norm and the success stories for a less scripted solution.  These types of tools improve the execution and usefulness of the underlying reusable scripts that are yes - highly parameterized.  These types of tools can better manage, report and expose what is going on in the overall process, which may have some logic driven by the back-end scripts themselves.  But the benefit is huge as a substantial amount of automation can then be achieved and because all of this  transparency, auditing becomes a breeze.  No more digging through logs and/or one-off scripts.  And most of our customers do not want to pay programmers to keep developing redundant, one-off scripts - which is most commonly the norm.  These factors are changing the way most large organizations manage DevOps and a key driver to adoption. 
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Lets Talk CI Scalability-A webinar presented by Steve Taylor, October 15th, 11:30 ET. He will cover best practices for fast, massive build and deploy processing.   Register at http://www.openmakesoftware.com/devops-thought-leadership-webinar-series/ 
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Rob England

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How can an audit toolkit not mention COBIT?
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COBIT details the controls to be produced in each process including deployment. You need to show an auditor that automation is producing all the artefacts that a manual process would have been audited for. Especially BAI06 and BAI07 I guess.
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Cristy Bird

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The NEW DevOps eGuide is Now Available!

DevOps has moved into the spotlight of late. While developers and IT professionals have been coexisting for decades, DevOps as a formally recognized practice is relatively new and the inventory of reliable resources exploring how to innervate this movement is still rather sparse. This eGuide provides information you need both to start the DevOps conversation in your organization and to continue the momentum as the industry learns to navigate and strengthen the relationship between the development and IT groups.
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Alan Chilton

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You mention Jira "tickets" in the toolkit. Are you referring to Jira Service Desk, or Jira alone? Also, are you assuming integration between Service Now and Jira?
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